6 edition of Roman Polanski found in the catalog.
Virginia Wright Wexman
|Statement||Virginia Wright Wexman.|
|Series||Twayne"s filmmakers series|
|LC Classifications||PN1998.A3 P5849 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 149 p. :|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||84022531|
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"Roman by Polanski" is a satisfying and compelling read for those of us who, though incensed by some of the director's sophomoric actions, still find a commonality with the /5(7). Bring Roman back and let us bring back the age of movies where there isn't all that computer generated crap.
I wan't to see a good old fashioned movie being made, and Polanski is the one to do it. The book was written in the 80's, it's a little outdated but worth the read if your a Polanski fan/5(19). But it's his stories about his childhood in Poland and his marriage to Sharon Tate that send me reaching for my box of tissues.
In his book Crackpot, John Waters writes, "Polanski's autobiography Roman perhaps best articulates the endless loss and unsuspected ramifications that occur when a /5. "Roman by Polanski" is a satisfying and compelling read for those of us who, though incensed by some of the director's sophomoric actions, still find a commonality with the /5(10).
In [this book], Polanski never shrinks from revealing himself, and allows us to discover the vital artist and the real person behind the brutal headlines and supermarket scribblings.
What we. James Greenberg's new book Roman Polanski: A Retrospective is a beautifully illustrated coffee table book chronicling the Polish enfant terrible's long career. The book is structured around a bunch of analyses that Greenberg embellishes with interviews with Polanski. Aside from the director's background in Poland - from his childhood, /5(9).